Rashid Khalidi’s talk, “The Trump Administration and Jerusalem,” was profiled in The Jordan Times.
Eric Foner was quoted in The New York Times: “New York, the Capital of Global Protest.”
Pamela Smith was given the 2017-2018 Columbia University Faculty Mentoring Award by the Graduate Student Advisory Council.
Kenneth Jackson was quoted in The Washington Post: “Edwin Burrows, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian of New York City, dies at 74.”
Mae Ngai was a guest at The Greene Space of WNYC, discussing a documentary she appears in. “The Chinese Exclusion Act,” directed by Ric Burns and Li-Shin Yu, will be broadcast on PBS on May 29.
Charles Armstrong was quoted in TIME: “Why North Korea and South Korea Are Technically Still at War.”
Lien-Hang Nguyen was featured in “1968: The Year That Changed America,” a 4-part documentary series which will air on CNN on May 27th and 28th.
Adam Tooze published a book review for the Financial Times: “Why Karl Marx is more relevant than ever.”
Charles Armstrong co-authored an op-ed on the historical significance of the US-North Korea summit.
Kavita Sivaramakrishnan released a new book, “As the World Ages: Rethinking a Demographic Crisis.”